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Narayana Murthy’s son-in-law Rishi Sunak may become the Prime Minister of Britain, Boris Johnson trapped after having a liquor party


Highlights

  • Britain’s Prime Minister badly trapped for having a liquor party during Corona Lockdown
  • In Britain, pressure is mounting on Boris Johnson to step down as prime minister
  • Indian-origin Finance Minister Rishi Sunak can become the country’s PM in place of Boris

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Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was badly trapped after having a liquor party during the Corona lockdown, is under increasing pressure to quit. It is also being said that Boris can also be removed from the chair. Many UK MPs and opposition leaders are demanding the resignation of Boris. According to the British media, if Boris leaves the post, then Indian industrialist Narayan Murthy’s son-in-law and UK Finance Minister Rishi Sunak can become the country’s PM in his place. Let us know what is the whole matter….

In fact, PM Boris Johnson has apologized for attending a garden party in 2020 during the lockdown implemented due to Corona virus in the country and said that some things were ‘not taken right’ by his government. He (Johnson) is facing outrage from the public and politicians over claims of Johnson and his staff defying pandemic restrictions by partying in the garden of the Prime Minister’s Downing Street residence during the lockdown.
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Biggest crisis in Boris’s two-and-a-half year tenure
Meanwhile, a leading UK betting company ‘Betfair’ has claimed that crisis-hit Boris Johnson will soon resign from the post of Prime Minister and Indian-origin Finance Minister Rishi Sunak can replace him. Betfair has said that 57-year-old Johnson is under increasing pressure to resign not only from opposition parties but also from his own party in the wake of revelations about the liquor party. Sam Rossbottom of ‘Betfair’ told that Rishi Sunak is most likely to become prime minister in the event of Johnson’s withdrawal.

This is followed by Liz Truss (foreign minister) and then Michael Gove (cabinet minister). Rossbottom said the race also includes former Secretary of State Jeremy Hunt, Indian-origin Home Minister Priti Patel, Health Minister Sajid Javid and Cabinet Minister Oliver Dowden. Several people were reportedly mailed to the party by Martin Reynolds, Johnson’s principal private secretary. However, at that time there was a ban on holding public functions to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in the country. The matter is being called ‘Partygate’ and it has emerged as the biggest crisis in Johnson’s nearly two-and-a-half years in power.

Studying at Oxford-Stanford, know who Sunak is
In 1980, Sunak completed his studies from Winchester College and studied Economics, Philosophy, Politics from Oxford University. He has also completed his MBA from Stanford University, USA. Before joining politics, B worked at investment bank Goldman Sachs and hedge funds. He also formed an investment firm. He also founded a global investment firm and small British business worth £100 million. Sunak’s father was a doctor and mother ran a chemist’s shop. He went to London from Punjab. He is currently the UK Finance Minister.

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